Everything Everywhere All at Once is looking to be a heavy contender at this year’s 95th Oscars with 11 nominations, including Best Picture and Best Director. The sci-fi adventure is about a multi-dimension rift that poses a threat to not only our universe but every alternate universe in our multiverse reality. The only hope for existence is Evelyn Quan (played by Michelle Yeoh), a Chinese-American immigrant that currently has everything going wrong for them. The film has been widely heralded as an insanely imaginative and unique experience that you have to experience.
Where You Can Stream Everything Everywhere All at Once: Everything Everywhere All at Once is currently streaming on ShowTime. You can watch Everything Everywhere All at Once for with this 30-day free trial.
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